This page may be simple, but the links above point you to lots of good stuff!
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CLIMBING MATE CLUB
The website of a climbing club based in Matsumoto city, Nagano Prefecture.
CORTINA TAIKEN TOUR
For Japanese tourists who are coming to visit Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Dolomites.
MOUNTAIN GUIDE SERVICE – JAPAN
Fumikaze Miwa offers professional mountain guide services in Japan.
Tourism web site on Cortina and other Dolomites valleys.
Mount Lagazuoi is one of the most suggestive areas of the Dolomites, important for amazing landscape and for a great historical interest due to the presence of the open-air museum of the Great War.
NATURAL PARK OF THE DOLOMITES
Dolomiti d’Ampezzo Park covers a surface area of 11,200 hectares in the north of the town of Cortina.
An alternative form of ownership. In Cortina, where forests and pastures have been the collective property of the original community for centuries, the system is know as Regole d’Ampezzo.
THE GREAT DOLOMITE ROAD
An introduction to The Great Dolomite Road. The Great Dolomite Road, as it has come to be known in English – the Strada delle Dolomiti as it is called in Italian, and the Dolomitenstrasse, as it is to the many local German speakers and visitors – was completed in 1909.
The Guides of Cortina wear and use the Patagonia gear.
From 1889 CAMP made mountain equipment, the same equipment that I use every day at work.
Trekking and rock-climbing shoes, ski boots. Just one word: great!
The park lies in a quiet and sunny setting, within 20 minutes’ walk from the centre of Cortina. Facilities include: heated toilet and shower blocks with free hot water, hand-washing basins, showers and private cubicles.
HOTEL AL LARIN
Lovingly cared for by its owners, the hotel offers a tasty breakfast buffet, a bar, a tv lounge, a bikes, skies and boots deposit, private parking, safe and free wifi connection throughout the hotel.
A well-known American travel guide, “Ski in Europe” writes: “A day at the Hotel Ancora is an experience which stays with you even when you travel elsewhere”.
B&B DA ANDREA
B&B da Andrea is a typical house of the area. It is situated in Alverà, 1 km. from town.
Hotel Montana is placed in the centre of the pedestrian precinct of Corso Italia in Cortina d’Ampezzo. useful links
A very good B&B in downtown Cortina.
Situated on the pedestrian island of Cortina in a very central position.
Rifugio Lagazuoi is one of the most elevated mountain inns in the Dolomites.
Starting point for any hike or ascent to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. useful links
An Hotel – Hut in the heart of the Dolomites.